Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
Saw this tweet from Jonah Goldberg who retweeted a person named Colleen Doran. This is a perfectly written, succinct and to the point. Wish I could have written this as it applies to so many areas of social media.
"Sometimes social media seems like a chorus of howling Pharisees digging in to celebrate the shiny dangerous discovery of other people's sin."
I follow several weather people on Twitter, just to get second opinions. Heh. One is Adrian Linares who is based in Miami and does worldwide weather and severe weather events. He put this tweet up last night and to be honest I have no idea what it means. The Tweet said, "Quite the clustering with GFS ensembles in the epac."
One of KSDK's meteorologists, Chester Lampkin, is leaving St. Louis to work for MetService of New Zealand, that country's version of our National Weather Service. MetService bills themselves as "New Zealand's Coolest Little Weather Company".
I will miss Chester, no one used Twitter to local weather, news and sports all day and night as well as he did. You could count on him to tweet updates whether he was on duty or not. And, he was great about responding to anyone who communicated with him on that platform. Engaging and nice. I'll miss him.
Here's an interesting bit of information if you plan on watching the State of the Union speech. All 100 US senators, 98 percent of House members, all 50 governors, and a majority of the Supreme Court are on Twitter. Many will be live tweeting or reaction tweeting. Oh and yes, the White House also tweets.